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. this is the henry ford argument. >> you need businesses that are profitable. the reason henry ford raised his own minimum wage by $5 is fords were making a lot of money. the problem today is, business won't even spend the money they've got. they are worried about this kind of government interference. you can't not tell me if you want a $22 minimum wage, currently minimum wage is $7.25. you're going to raise unemployment because these teenagers will never get a job. their skills aren't worth it. >> 90% of people making minimum wage are 20 years older and above. this isn't affecting teenagers. >> if they are unskilled, why pay for it? >> massachusetts and vermont have lower unemployment rates. look at arizona that have low minimum wage. they have the highest unemployment rates. the facts don't stack up for this argument. >> there are some people think government should make those decisions and some people, maybe the local owner of an autoship dealer should set the price. >> really? >> look at the national numbers. >> get to the moral argument. >> let me go back to this point. these kids, half can't
in the first place and it comes to $25 billion. get this, boeing, gm and ford already lobbying to change the fees. listen to this. so is the uaw and a whole bunch of unions. they are going to have to pay the fees because they are health care providers. let's go to grace marie turner, jimmy williams and michelle caruso-cabrera. grace, do we have that right? the unions are lobbying against this because they are going to have to pay this thing. >> opportunemones thought they were going get all these new members by having people forced to purchase health insurance and organize these workers. every time you turn around wait a minute we don't want this. we want a waiver from these early provision. we don't want to pay this tax. we don't want to pay this fee. we don't want to pay these other 19 taxes that are coming. every single one of these tax. a trillion dollars in taxes. >> this is an insurance company shakedown is it not? they got extra costs because they have these mandates to put on, pre-existing conditions. this is an insurance company shakedown. >> it's an insurance company shakedown
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